Tag: Travel

SXM Festival Head Julian Prince Tells Us About The Coolest Experiences To Find In St. Martin

Julian Prince In 2017, Hurricane Irma hit the small Caribbean island of St. Martin incredibly hard, leaving the local communities devastated and with limited resources to aid recovery. They needed outside help — which is why SXM, an underground electronic music festival that had previously called the beaches of St. […]

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The Envision Festival Team On How They’ve Created A Destination Event

Jess Bernstein If you run in certain circles, you hear about Envision Festival — coming up at the end of this month — spoken about in sort of mythic tones. It’s something that vagabonds and adventurers whisper about at hostels, the place where two or more “beautiful souls” united before […]

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The most romantic cities in the world to inspire your Valentine’s Day travels

The Most Romantic Cities in the World to Inspire Valentine’s Travel – HelloGiggles The most romantic cities in the world to inspire your Valentine’s Day travels this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines.

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“Walk_ Europe” by Photographer Derek Beck

An update on photographer Derek Beck’s ongoing audio-visual project, pairing photographs with audio recordings of the people and atmosphere in which they were captured. Following his trip abroad last Summer, Beck has received a grant from the Houston Art Alliance in Texas to further expand the series this coming Spring/Summer. See more images from “Walk_ Europe” […]

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The Fyre Festival Is A Reminder That You Should Curate Your Own Life

Uproxx This article was published in 2017 and is being republished with the release of two Fyre Festival documentaries (Netflix & Hulu). Its themes are still relevant. No event in history will ever be easier to laugh at than Fyre Fest in the Bahamas. It’s one big schadenfreude dream: Social […]

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Traveling while female: where to go, what to do, and how to find woman-run businesses in 2019

If you perform an online image search of the word “travel” right this second, you’ll find an array of photos that appear either familial or romantic (both in a heteronormative sense), or include a faceless woman looking out toward a vague, pristine landscape. The universally marketed depiction of travel is heavily female and, honestly, it […]

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A Man Wanted To Make Splash On Social Media… So He Jumped Off A Cruise Ship

Pexels/Uproxx If your friends jumped off a cliff, would you do it too? We’ve heard this question countless times in movies, television, and — if you happen to have particularly unimaginative parents — at home. But it’s seemed to slip from colloquial use in the last decade or so, probably […]

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Hands-on: Elegant bucket list app ‘Soon’ launches on Android

In a world that bombards us with things to do, it can be tough to stay on top of everything we think is worth checking out. Movies we want to see, music to listen to, books to read, restaurants to try, and places to go, there’s just so much to do and almost no central […]

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Photos From SnowGlobe 2018 Have Us Planning For The End Of 2019

Magic Barkan Being in a snowy environment adds an extra festive layer to the holidays, and for the lucky people who rang in the new year at SnowGlobe, snow conditions were perfect. Held annually at the year’s end, SnowGlobe combines music, mountains, and snow as skiers, snowboarders, and music-lovers all […]

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